The materials you will need for this simple exercise are as follows:
~ A surface to draw on. (a piece of paper in this case.)
~ Drawing utensils. (A pen)
~ Markers or crayons.
Step 1: Drawing the Petals.
Step 2: Drawing the Stems and Leaves.
Choose a spot where two petals meet on one of the flowers. Make sure that it is close to the other flower so that we can connect them together later. Draw a curved line that points into the ground. This is your main stem.
Now Pick a similar point on the other flower. Again, make sure that this point is close to the other flower. Draw a curved like so that it connects with the main stem. You can connect them anywhere on the stem. If you wish to make flowers with separate stems, that is fine too.
To draw a leaf, you only need to make two curves like the stems. Make the first one by drawing a line curving off the main stem. Then make another curve connecting the ends of the first curve. There you have a leaf.
You can get fancier by adding more leaves and by drawing a little curve in the middle of the leaf. This little curve is the main vein of the leaf that helps deliver and distribute water to the leaves from the stem so that the leaves don't dry out.
Step 3: Making Your Flower Bright and Beautiful.
I used a red scented marker to color my flowers in because i want them to smell nice too. I carefully color in the petals of my flowers. Then, using a green marker, i fill in the lines for the leaves.
And voilÃÂÃÂ¡! Beautiful red flowers to brighten up my day! They even smell like synthetic cherry!
I hope you enjoyed my first tutorial and that you'll be drawing many flowers to bright up your day. I shall be uploading more in the future.